OHMBET accepts the most common payment methods such as Visa, MasterCard, Trustly, Neteller, Skrill, Ecopayz, paysafe, as well as country-specific ones such as MuchBetter, Neosurf, Jeton, etc. The full list of supported methods for your country is visible on your cashier page.
As for the minimum deposit and the minimum withdrawal, they vary from one payment method to another. Or at least that’s what the customer care agent Mike told us. The minimum deposit is in the range €5-€10. As for the minimum withdrawal, we asked twice and got no answer.
We asked Mike about the so-called deposit turnover requirement where you are supposed to play through your initial deposit at least once before you are allowed to cash out. It turned out that OHMBET has a 50% deposit turnover requirement. If we assume you deposit €20, you need to make bets for at least €10 to request a withdrawal.
Note that it may take up to 5 business days for the funds to appear in your bank account.
OHMBET is operated by different companies. The bottom of the homepage of the international version of the site says that it is operated by Radon B.V. – a company based in Malta, and holding a Curacao gambling license. The UK version of the site says that the casino is operated by the Malta-based Vivaro Ltd. that holds a UKGC gambling license. So, it is safe to assume that OHMBET is striving to do the things by the book, although the offshore license is a bit fishy.
You can get in touch with the customer support via live chat or you can send them an email. Truth be told, we hit a brick wall with the customer support. We had to repeat our questions twice to squeeze some information. We waited for quite a while to receive copy-pasted answers to our questions, which made us rate the customer support as horrendous.